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My k-1 is confusing because i was told it had already been filed is there a way to find that out?

 
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My k-1 is confusing because i was told it had already been filed is there a way to find that out?

Your K-1 is part of the entity tax return that is submitted to the IRS.  However, pass-through entities typically do not pay tax at the entity level.

Everyone that receives a K-1 then uses that information to input into their personal 1040 on Schedule E.

So what has been filed, is the government copy of your K-1.  They use this information to match it to individual tax returns to make sure individuals are properly reporting their income or losses.

*A reminder that posts in a forum such as this do not constitute tax advice.
Also keep in mind the date of replies, as tax law changes.

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My k-1 is confusing because i was told it had already been filed is there a way to find that out?

Your K-1 is part of the entity tax return that is submitted to the IRS.  However, pass-through entities typically do not pay tax at the entity level.

Everyone that receives a K-1 then uses that information to input into their personal 1040 on Schedule E.

So what has been filed, is the government copy of your K-1.  They use this information to match it to individual tax returns to make sure individuals are properly reporting their income or losses.

*A reminder that posts in a forum such as this do not constitute tax advice.
Also keep in mind the date of replies, as tax law changes.
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